Lost and Found Edges

Landscapes that contain multiple tall, thin foreground elements such as trees can often cause artists to fall into the trap of creating overly rigid edges, resulting in a painting that has the appearance of stiff “cut-out-and-pasted” subject matter.



This lesson will show and explain in pastel how to create “lost” and “found” edges for trees, allowing them a more natural and integral appearance in the landscape, and a more lyrical mood.

This lesson is provided as a downloadable PDF with a lesson written by Barbara Jaenicke.


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